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Reminiscent of a classic champagne cocktail with cognac, champagne and zesty orange flavours dominating. It’s surprising how little cherry brandy notes
With its delicate shade of pink from a splash of raspberry liqueur, this cocktail is feistier than it appears with salty gherkin flavours combining brilliantly
This pink/rust red drink is bittersweet with underlying bourbon character and lemon zestiness.
Piney notes in the gin are amplified in this bitter-bittersweet riff on a classic Negroni.
A riff on the classic Negroni from Vietnam which brilliantly set the richness of sloe gin against bone dry fino sherry while harnessing the herbal bitterness
Bittersweet and Negroni-like with deep herbal, rooty, bark bitterness.
Bittersweet and delicately herbal.
A Fifty-Fifty Martini with added flavour and aroma thanks to the addition of a trio of bitters, liquor and liqueur.
Even with a good dose of sugar this cocktail is on the bitter side of bittersweet.
Zingy, bittersweet ginger with a hefty dose of spirit smoothed by egg white.
Craddock describes this as 'a very dry cocktail'. It is, but pleasantly so.
The name might be more masculine, but it is still a classic Margarita. This 2:1:1 recipe is a touch on the sour side for most so you may want to add a
Caraway, spice, spirituous and on the bitter side of bittersweet. If you like Negronis and aquavit then this is for you.
Fresh and refreshing – a minty gentian apéritif.
Bone dry with faint anise and liquorice notes from the absinthe.
Recognisably a Last Word but noticeably zestier and not as rich.
Bittersweet and sweet 'n' sour, this aperitif is sure to pucker your taste buds for tasty morsels ahead.
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